MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwired) -- 08/19/13 -- Totidem, the hippest shoe brand for kids and teenagers on the market, continues expanding by having more and more retailers that offer its brand across Quebec. The shoes are now distributed in over 15 different stores. But it's far from being over! In fact, Totidem is making a breakthrough on the Ontarian market: the company is going to the Ontario Shoe Traveller's Fair that is being held in Toronto from the 25th till the 27th of August 2013.
With their Spring/Summer 2014 collection, the company has put forward its new line that incorporates innovative new sole designs, yet another feature to compliment their already unique shoe styles. This was an investment for Totidem, as they are continuously adapting to the needs of their Canadian clientele. The result: 200 different models that are going to "wow" you. Some of the features you can look forward to seeing in the new models are: laser printed leathers accenting off the wall colors with silver and gold stampings, accompanied by bright colors like lime green, bright yellow, hot pink, fushia, different shades of reds and oranges that brighten up a collection. Featuring their newest, boldest and funkiest collection yet, be sure to check out Totidem at kiosque number N18 at the fair. They look forward to meeting their new potential distributors at their booth.
Founded in Lebanon by a Canadian, Totidem is a mono-branded shoe store concept that became a pioneer in its industry. Totidem shoes are manufactured with 100% Italian leather, inside and out, and are equipped with an orthopaedic insole. With their European inspired designs, they carry by far the trendiest yet most original styles on the market today.
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